30 July 2020

NSW Health is warning patrons and staff of the following venues that COVID-19 cases have been identified as attending: Harpoon and Hotel Harry in Surry Hills, Tan Viet in Cabramatta and Matinee Coffee in Marrickville.

These venues are in addition to Fitness First St Leonards, advised earlier today.

A confirmed case notified today attended Matinee Coffee in Marrickville on 26 July between 8am to 9am and on 27 July between 7am to 7.45am. People who were at this venue at the same times are advised to monitor for symptoms and immediately self-isolate and seek testing if they develop symptoms, however mild.

A confirmed case notified on 27 July and linked to the funeral gatherings cluster attended Tan Viet in Cabramatta on 23 July from midday to 2pm. People who attended at these times must self isolate and get tested and stay isolated for a full 14 days, even if the test is negative. If symptoms develop, get tested again.

A case confirmed today who attended the Apollo Restaurant in Potts Point on 25 July also attended Harpoon and Hotel Harry in Surry Hills on 26 July, from 2.15pm to 11pm in the indoor dining areas.

People who attended Harpoon and Hotel Harry for two hours in the above time period must self-isolate and get tested and stay isolated for a full 14 days, even if the test is negative. If symptoms develop, get tested again.

NSW Health has advised these three new venues and they have been closed for cleaning. Contact tracing is continuing.

A case confirmed today attended Fitness First St Leonards on Monday July 27 between 9am -10.30am.

This case attended the Apollo Restaurant Potts Point on Saturday July 25. They became unwell on 28 July and were tested on 29 July.

Patrons and staff who were in the gym at the same time must isolate and get tested regardless of symptoms, and stay isolated for a full 14 days, even if the test is negative. If symptoms develop, get tested again.

People who were at the gym at this time but only attended a group fitness class are not required to isolate, but should monitor for symptoms and immediately self-isolate and seek testing if they develop symptoms.​

The venue has been contacted by NSW Health and closed for a deep clean.

The case also attended Woolworths, Crow’s Nest on Monday July 27 between 10.30 am and 11.00am.

Customers and staff at the store during this time are considered casual contacts. They should continue to monitor for symptoms and get tested if they become unwell.

Page Updated: Thursday 30 July 2020